Five Awesome Reasons to Visit the Danish Capital
You don’t have to be Danish by blood to be thrilled to know how Copenhagen has become one of the most stylish capitals in Europe. It boasts unique architecture that has become known around the globe. The local cuisines are breaking their way into restaurants beyond Denmark. And while the city is known for its high cost of living, travellers can find affordable hotel apartments Copenhagen to stay in the city without spending a fortune. If you are planning to have a summer getaway, below are the best reasons you should go to Copenhagen:
Visit Tivoli Gardens
This amusement park is nestled in the heart of the city. Tivoli Gardens is a mix of shows, rides, stages, restaurants, gardens, carnivals games, and boutiques which make it the best places for all types of travellers, young and old.
Try their Food
Denmark is surrounded by the Baltic Sea which makes it known for its seafood dishes. Many of these dishes feature salmon, herring, shrimp, and more. Those who don’t like seafood can try a Danish cold cuts lunch called a smorrebrod which features meatballs, salami, and pate. There are hundreds of restaurants in Copenhagen that includes the world-class Noma. If you are visiting the city on a budget, you can head to its many street food markets to munch on affordable, yet mouth-watering food and drinks. Also, don’t forget to approach a hotdog vendor to get a taste of their Fransk Hotdog or the Ristets polse met det hele.
Experience the Night the Danish Way
The city’s Meatpacking District called Kodpakke is home to bards dotted around. If you want a place with a cozy, relaxed atmosphere, head to Bakken Kbh. This is where you can have a great time drinking on the colourful patio or in the old slaughtering halls. One of the city’s prominent night clubs is the Culture Box so don’t forget to check it out.
Explore the Art, architecture, and Design
The Danish capital has a lot of wonderful castles, churches, and cathedrals. The canals in Nyhavn are famous for their multi-coloured houses. In case you want to feel like royals, try to venture a bit further outside the city to find more castles including the Hamlet’s Kronborg Castle.
Visit the Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid has inspired a generation. Your visit to Copenhagen won’t be complete if you don’t go and see her statue the Copenhagen harbor.